© Jeannette Ginslov

Conspiracy Ceremony – Hypersonic States

by Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir (IS/DE) 

A symphony of pathologies, sentiments, and physical states originating in the personal emotional body is on display in this latest work by choreographer Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir. Emotions rush through these bodies without filters. The viewer experiences extreme, almost painfully private states. The Hyperstates form a corporeal language that serves as a doorway into the subconscious, transferring themselves into the bodies of the audience as they meet the performers with full intensity. 
In “Conspiracy Ceremony – Hypersonic States”, Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir and her long-term artistic associates continue their in-depth research into a methodology that accesses physiological and emotional sub-worlds. Over a series of works, she has developed a new genre of performative body language, and an original working method that directly informs her creative outcomes.


Direction, choreography, concept, stage, costumes
Margrét Sara Gudjónsdóttir

Choreography and performers
Johanna Chemnitz
Catherine Jodoin
Laura Siegmund
Marie Topp
Suet-Wan Tang

Peter Rehberg

Martin Beeretz

Anja Röttgerkamp

Dramaturgical Consultants
Richard Aslan
Zeina Hanna

Local Internacional - Elena Krüskemper

Something Great

Co-produced by
LÓKAL - Performing Arts Reykjavík

Funded by 
Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, Abteilung Kultur

Supported by
Arts Council of Norway and Iceland and the City of Reykjavík.

Somatic Archiving with the Living Archives Research Project”: Susan Kozel Philosopher in Residence / Archival Concept & Jeannette Ginslov Digital Media & AR Creation / Concept


Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir was born and raised in Iceland. She lives and works in Berlin. Displaying the politics of intimacy is a core theme within her choreographic work while working with and exploring pathologies of the social political body within our own bodies. Her works have been  touring internationally since 2010. The soundscapes which accompany her works are exclusively created by and with Peter Rehberg (PITA), electronic composer and director of the record label Editions MEGO, Austria. She is an artist-in-residence at the Cullberg Ballet (Stockholm - SE)